In this course, Karen brings her warmth and wisdom directly to you as a personal grief coach. There is more. She interviews her husband, Steve, about the unique issues men face in their grief. In addition, they share a segment about grieving couple and families.
You choose the viewing order of sessions as you follow your heart’s needs. The video segments are listed alphabetically simply for convenience. Beyond the videos, a toolkit of engaging support materials will guide you towards the wholehearted and joy-filled living you deserve.
Complete set of 25 online video sessions with supportive downloads
Includes a free Comfort for the Day autographed book. To receive your copy, please email Steve with your mailing address at [email protected]
In addition, you may schedule 2 one/hour phone coaching sessions, FREE with Karen and or Steve. Contact Karen at [email protected] to schedule your appointment.
The courses are listed alphabetically for your convenience.
I look forward to meeting you in the first segment you choose to begin your journey towards healthy grief. -Karen Nicola, Grief Coach
Video Segment Title Index
- *Becoming a New You—Eventually, as you heal, new interests, desires, and opportunities arise. Walking the tightrope of this transition is something to be aware of. CfD p.98
- *Couples & Family Grief—Karen, along with her husband Steve, explore what risks and rewards are part of couples who grieve. Families who grieve together need special care and intentionality.
- Defining Grief—Knowing what grief is and is not, what the healthy healing process will and will not do, provides you with a starting point for your destination. CfD p. 5-7
- Early Grief—Would it help to understand that the experiences of early grief are natural, normal, and necessary? CfD p. 1-4, 70
- *Emotional Grief—It makes sense that emotional grief is necessary, but just how do you navigate the raw emotions that sneak up on you or others that have taken up residence? CfD p.5-13
- Forgiveness Part 1—There is not a more important aspect to our grief than working with our regrets and experiencing forgiveness. CfD p. 36-40
- *Forgiveness Part 2—If there was a most important segment to watch and experience it will be this one. Giving forgiveness to others in your grief story is a powerful breakthrough. CfD p.41, 42
- Freedom of Choice—Do you know you have options in your grief? Your paradigm can shift away from self-pity and victimization and move toward positive emotional and mental choices. CfD p. 44, 108, 110
- *Friends Family & Strangers—You know that awkward moment when a friend doesn’t know what to say, family members don’t get what you are experiencing, and strangers stumble in their attempt to comfort you. Learn how to engage with these often-stressful encounters. CfD p.50
- Grief Work— Discover what Grief Work is and how you can regain control by practicing it. It begins to make a significant difference in how you feel. CfD p. 2, 9, 76
- *Holidays and Firsts—Anticipating the firsts may feel overwhelming. Discover how to plan, prepare, and engage in the firsts, holidays and triggers that catch you off guard. CfD p.66
- *Is Death a Mystery? —Let’s talk about death for a few minutes. It might relieve some fears and open the heart to peace. CfD p.80
- *Middle Grief—Has your grief plateaued? This phase of grief has its own unique strengths and cautions. When you know what they are, it can help you navigate through this season of grief with more confidence.
- Pain with a Purpose—No one likes pain, but maybe it is more valuable than we have known. CfD p.84, 94
- *Power of Metaphor—Words have more power than you might know. Engaging in some creative words can bring clarity to your foggy grief.
- *Spiritual Grief—Spiritual grief is as necessary as emotional grief. What can we do when our spiritual life feels like a volcano? CfD p.24, 46, 82
- Tears—Who taught you NOT to cry? Who modeled healing tears? When you know that tears are healing, you can move forward in your grief. CfD p.54
- *The God Option—We may struggle with God as one of our options. Maybe what we thought about God in relationship to our pain needs adjusting. CfD p.28, 30, 34, 88
- *The Grief Umbrella—There’s a whole lot more to our grief than we may think. Check out what is under your Grief Umbrella.
- The Grieving Body—Learning how to care for our body makes a significant difference in how well you grieve. CfD p.14-20
- *The Myth of Time—If time doesn’t heal, then what does? CfD p.92
- *The Way Men Grieve —Listen in as Karen interviews her husband, Steve sharing discoveries about loss of control and anger common to men in grief. CfD p.3, 19
- *Unhealthy or Healthy Grief—Everyone grieve, but not all know they can choose healthy options over unhealthy grief. With awareness comes powerful steps away from suffering toward wholehearted living. CfD p.5-13
- *Your Grief, Your Way—Ever wondered why others seem to grieve differently than you? Understanding your unique grief is valuable for your healthy grief work. CfD p.1